A magnificent, 33-total-acre beachfront estate on Long Island’s Gold Coast, Villa Riele is one of the area’s legendary estates. Along with the principal property sitting on 11 acres are a 2.2-acre, a 9.8-acre and a 10-acre buildable lot—all three are included in this no-reserve auction taking place onsite, August 1, 2020.
Built by world-renowned architect Edward Durell Stone, Villa Riele is a stunning example of Mid-Century Modern design. Mr. Stone designed many famous buildings such as the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and the GM building in Manhattan, just to name a few. Ville Riele is a masterpiece, and one of the only two residential projects he took on.
Villa Riele is built on the grounds of the Gilbert G. Colgate estate. The seller purchased the entire estate from Mr. Colgate. The original mansion was sold and is now a neighboring estate to the East of Villa Riele. The remaining 33 acres is what comprises the Villa Riele Estate today. Located on the grounds of the estate at the water’s edge is the Villa Riele Beach House. This house consists of a living room, a bedroom, a small kitchen area, one indoor full bath and an outdoor half bath.
Generally a 50-minute car-ride to Manhattan, this magnificent property is far enough from NYC to support the best of a country lifestyle, yet close enough to allow access to all that the city has to offer.
Four bedrooms, five full- and one-half baths, 10,000 total square feet, and 33 acres on four total parcels, don’t miss your chance to bid on Villa Riele!